Running Windows On A Mac Just Got Easier

Jun 1st, 2007 | By | Category: Computer Hardware

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The team at SWsoft has announced a new version of Parallels Desktop for Mac. Named Desktop for Mac 3.0. The forthcoming update,due in a few weeks,has over 50 new features….including Windows 3D graphic support (that’s Quake 4 running under vritual Windows XP on a Mac above).

Parallels lets you run Windows apps on a Mac, without needing to boot into a different operating system.
Another new feature is SmartSelect, a tool that lets you map any OS X or Windows application as the default for any Mac or Windows file type. This means that when you right-click on any file in either OS and selects “open with”, SmartSelect automatically populates the recommended application list with compatible applications from both operating systems.

Parallels 3.0 will be available in a few weeks for $79.99, upgrades will be $49.99.

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  1. Patch says:

    If this will run the new Flight Sim X, than Mac will have been able to do something VERY FEW PC’s can do. Anyone try World of Warcraft on this configuration?

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